President Donald Trump’s North Korea strategy appears to be working.
North Korea may be backing off its threat to launch missiles at the U.S. island territory of Guam. The country's state-run media reports that leader Kim Jong-Un will "watch a little more" of the behavior of the U.S. before acting on the plans. 24/7 News reports Kim “was briefed on the military plans, which he reportedly examined for a long time.”
North Korea announced last week that it was putting together plans to strike Guam in an effort to contain U.S. military bases there. Meantime, the U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis said that if the North were to attack Guam or the U.S. it could lead to war very quickly.